You are an exceptionally ignorant imbecile. an i squared so to speak or maybe an a squared.
The Founders in fact gave very strong powers to the House of Representatives, mainly because they were closest to the people and had to stand election every two years, e.g. all bills for revenue must originate in the House and all impeachments must start in the House. Quick correction for blunders so to speak. The Senate was nothing more than a guardian for the states. The Judiciary was to do no more than decide if laws passed by the Congress and signed by the President were constitutional. They had no powers of enforcement. Still don't for that matter.